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blow´by`

    (blō´bī`)
n.1.the leakage of gases from the combustion cylinder of an internal combustion engine between the piston and cylinder wall into the crankcase.
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the gas exchange, deposit flaking or piston ring movement or engine blowby of the following cycle(s) the respective following LSPI events cannot be statistically treated as independent events [4].
Dependent on this, there is a reduction in trapped mass of up to 70% due to blowby during the settling period.
Pc] F1 Restriction 0 0 air filter F2 Blowby tube removed 0 0 A F3 Leakage intake 5mm 0 0 AIR PATH F4 Leakage intake 7mm + + F5 No cooling airflow 0 0 of the intercooler F6 Restriction behind 0 0 intercooler B F7 Leakage exhaust 0 0 ERXHAUST PATH F8 HP-EGR valve - - blocked closed C F9 Compressor 0 0 TURBOCHARGER blades damaged F10 VGT blocked + + middle position SYMPTOMS FAULTS [S.
Gaps on the gas valves, as with the M16, should always be positioned so they remain separated from each other to prevent excessive gas blowby.
That blowby in the crankcase mixes with oil to make acid and sludge.
ENGLAND'S hopes of levelling the Test series in the Caribbean were landed a punishing blowby West Indian defiance at Queen's Park Oval.
She adds a second emotional blowby revealing that she intends to give up the baby to a childless couple.
Desenvolvimento em Realiza para alguns conjunto de produtos componentes: (co-design) * Sistema Blowby (desenvolvido com um fornecedor); * motora gas (desenvolvido com uma empresa especializada); * motor bi- combustivel (com fomecedores).
SWINDON TOWN'S stuttering promotion bid was dealt another shuddering blowby in-formGrimsby at Blundell Park.
As engines are operated and rings become worn, this can increase blowby flow significantly.